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Illinois Nazi Marches #54398

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 21, 1978
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(Studio) Report on Chicago's American Nazis and where they may march.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Chicago, Illinois) 1966 civil rights march led by Martin Luther King, Junior, in Marquette Park and resulting violence recalled; film shown. Chicagoans acceptance of American Socialist party, or Nazis, in area and frequent violence there noted. Nazi leader Frank Collin's lawsuit against city due to law requiring bond to be posted prior to demonstrations in city parks outlined. Photos and films shown. (Video difficulty in part of report) ACLU rep. of Collin in suit against Chicago and lawsuits resulting from Nazis' plans to march in heavily Jewish suburb of Skokie detailed. Plans by anti-Nazi protesters to march in Marquette Park or wherever Nazis are, noted.
REPORTER: Royal Kennedy Artist: Andy Austin

Kennedy, Royal;
Reasoner, Harry

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